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Father's Day

This day of recognition was celebrated as far back as one can tell on March 19, starting around 1508. Many nations celebrate fathers at some time or other during the year. 1,029 more words


Memories of Mom - Book Surprise

Almost everyone of Mom’s children and grandchildren received what was affectionately referred to as a “Grammy ” letter.  They were always filled with advice and wisdom and peppered with love for the recipient and for Jesus.    440 more words

Faith Walk Reflections


Another holiday in the books! Social media in tip top shape with all it’s Kodak moments. The endless flow of post card perfection. With all them filters who can go wrong, right? 362 more words

Should A Pastor Be Paid

Someone posted a comment about paid pastors not being biblical as well as one man only pastors not biblical.

My answer was –
Actually. paid ministers are biblical. 894 more words


DayBreaks for 6/17/19 - It's the Little Things

DayBreaks for 6/17/19: It’s the Little Things

From the DayBreaks archive: June, 2009

I’m not good at remembering birthdays, anniversaries or dates when special things have happened.  613 more words


Notions of worth

truncated and scattered –

victims of the wind.

As the unworthy wander

on the winding

trails of disaffection

desirous to hold

or be held –

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Remind You of Anyone?

Back on March 14, 2000, then Governor Gray Davis of California insisted that the judges he had appointed to the bench reflect his views or resign. 105 more words